Police: Man shot multiple times outside Bronx homePosted: Updated:
A man was shot outside of his Bronx home Wednesday, police say.
The incident happened in front of 3184 Tieney Place around 6:40 a.m.
Police say the 41-year-old man was transported to Jacobi Medical Center with multiple gunshot wounds, including a graze wound to the head.
Officials searched a blue-colored mini-van at the scene of the shooting, which had its doors left opened.
Witnesses say the van belongs to the victim.
Blood splatter and evidence markers dotted the scene as police partially blocked off the street.
Neighbors tell News 12 that the man lives inside the home with his wife and children and their neighborhood is usually very quiet.
Officials say the suspected shooter was seen leaving in a black-colored sedan. Police say no arrests had been made.
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